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    I thinking about making this my everyday carry. It meets the legal requirements of my state and from what I've read it's suburb knife.
    What do you guys think? Anyone have this that would recommended it for EDC?
    http://www.knifecenter.com/kc_new/st...l.html?s=BO589

    I'm most likely going to buy several.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reffy View Post
    I thinking about making this my everyday carry. It meets the legal requirements of my state and from what I've read it's suburb knife.
    What do you guys think? Anyone have this that would recommended it for EDC?
    http://www.knifecenter.com/kc_new/st...l.html?s=BO589

    I'm most likely going to buy several.

    I like it... good price too.

    I carry a money clip and this would be a welcome addition.

    Please write a review after your purchase.
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    This is my first EDC so I dont have much for comparison, but I've used and seen all my dad's (he has like 2 dozen).

    First off, this knife is inexpensive, at only $30 anyone can afford to lose one or buy several. More importantly is that the blade is short and has a frame lock making it a very legal knife.
    It is extremely well made, just the feel of the materials and you know that this is one solid knife. It's very simplistic and with that comes strength. It's also very thing and low profile.
    What I love about this knife, and why I bought it, is that despite it's size the blade it has is absolutely perfect. Not very long but very strong.
    I'm gonna buy a second one.

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    nice looking knife.
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